Not only will marriage in Skyrim give you someone to love and care for in your virtual life, there are a number of significant benefits on offer for those who decide to tie the knot.
Famous for her skill in battle and good look, Aela the Huntress is a member of Whiterun’s Companions faction and can be recruited into The Blades.
Like any spouses in open-world locations, a core marriage benefit is that you can fast travel straight to your home if you choose to move in with them.
Apart from owning his own mine in Karthwasten and a house with a spacious deck, Ainethach also sports the most impressive mutton chops in Skyrim.
Angrenor is the only beggar in the game who you can marry. He may not have a lot to offer, but he’s easy to impress and he’s got a heroic back story.
The only Redguard marriage option in the base game, Anwen is a Priestess of Dibella, the goddess of love and beauty.
Markarth Housecarl Argis is a popular choice of husband. Even if you don’t marry him Argis will serve you with his life if you become Thane of Markarth.
Athis is the only Male dunmer character who you can have as a follower and also marry. He’s also an expert level trainer in One-handed.
According to Avrusa Sarethi, she is “the only person alive who can cultivate nirnroot from a seed to a fully grown plant”.
Balimund is handy with a hammer and can teach you to be proficient yourself as he’s an expert-level trainer in Smithing.